Meet Our ADHD Coaches
Founder, ADHD Coach, and Researcher
Master of Sociology
Skye is an academic with over seven years of experience working in adult education. She has studied in various fields, including Psychology, Sociology, and Public Health, and is now a Doctoral Candidate in Population Health.
Skye was diagnosed with ADHD at the start of her doctorate. Since then, she has dedicated time to researching and disseminating ADHD studies, focusing on supporting others with strengths-based, neurodiverse-friendly tools and systems.
Favourite dopamine activity: Spending the afternoon exploring an outdoor market.
Head ADHD Coach.
Bachelor of Development Studies
Karen has worked in the community, disability and neurodivergent sector as a support worker and team leader for over 20 years. These roles have seen her specialise in creating person-centred strategies that align to the goals, strengths, circumstances, and challenges of each individual she has supported.When she began her degree in Development Studies a few years ago, difficulties in focussing, working memory and overwhelm led her to get a (long suspected) ADHD diagnosis in her mid-forties.This prompted lots of reading and exploration on the subject, spanning several years. With the knowledge gained, and genuine care she has for others, Karen empowers people to embrace their unique strengths and utilise research-based strategies to navigate a world not always suited to the ADHD brain.
Favourite dopamine activity: singing, pulling weeds, and the usual things like chocolate, scrolling a Netflix menu (instead of choosing and watching something)
PhD in Bioethics
Elizabeth is an ethicist and educator who has worked in university and healthcare settings for the past seven years. She is passionate about supporting individuals creating structures that help them accomplish their goals and live meaningful, fulfilled lives.
Elizabeth was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood after a loved one suggested she get evaluated. Since then, she has enjoyed understanding more about how to support herself and other neurodivergent individuals.
Favourite dopamine activity: Taking long walks (preferably in nature!) and warm baths.
Director of Coaching, Head ADHD Coach
Bachelor of Sociology
Sarah is the Head Coach at Unconventional Organisation. She has worked in the field of social work over the past five years. Throughout her career, Sarah has worked closely with a diverse range of individuals and a variety of mental diagnoses. She believes that an empathetic, person-first approach is the best way to connect with clients and support them through research-based systems of intervention.
Sarah was diagnosed with ADHD in adulthood by her Clinical Psychologist, after insisting on an evaluation due to the high prevalence of ADHD in her family.
Favourite dopamine activity: Sitting outside in my garden.
Master of Genetic Counselling
Abbie is a genetic counsellor and bioethics researcher with over five years experience in healthcare counselling. Abbie was diagnosed with ADHD after completing her Masters degree and motivated by her lived experience, sought opportunities in academic research and neurodiversity advocacy. She believes in a collaborative, compassionate and research-based approach to coaching, and is passionate about helping clients recognise how their unique strengths can help build meaningful, authentic lives with ADHD.
Favourite dopamine activities: Nature photography and seeing live comedy.
Bachelor in Political Science
Giulianna has an academic background in social sciences and has acquired valuable work experience in international and intercultural projects on societal matters. Her unique competencies enable her to bring creative explanations, research-based knowledge, and an empathetic intercultural awareness to her ADHD coaching.
Having gone through her own journey of facing and understanding her adult ADHD diagnosis, Giulianna has gained valuable insight into the challenges, experiences and management of living (well) with ADHD.
Giulianna is very passionate about supporting others on their ADHD journey. She champions the creation and adaptation of unique strategies that form a personalised ADHD toolbox, which helps each individual to be able to reach into their own personal ADHD toolbox and have the tools to build their own life of living well with ADHD.
Favourite dopamine activities: Being in nature, taking care of adopted plants, listening to upbeat music from all around the world, dancing and singing to it